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Students learn how to make salsa

Three students from the Rabideau Academy of Learning spent the day at Bemidji High School with three 10th-grade health classes making Fresh Chunky Tomato Salsa using fresh vegetables grown in their own garden. Brianna Tollefson, right, shows 10th...

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Three students from the Rabideau Academy of Learning spent the day at Bemidji High School with three 10th-grade health classes making Fresh Chunky Tomato Salsa using fresh vegetables grown in their own garden. Brianna Tollefson, right, shows 10th-graders, from left, Deshawan Brown, Adam Johnson, Brady Lindell and Shaleigh Beaulieu, how to thinly slice the onions. The two other academy members present were Mihai Hawthorne and Sam Sellon. Pioneer Photo/Monte Draper

Three students from the Rabideau Academy of Learning spent the day at Bemidji High School with three 10th-grade health classes making Fresh Chunky Tomato Salsa using fresh vegetables grown in their own garden. Brianna Tollefson, right, shows 10th-graders, from left, Deshawan Brown, Adam Johnson, Brady Lindell and Shaleigh Beaulieu, how to thinly slice the onions. The two other academy members present were Mihai Hawthorne and Sam Sellon. Pioneer Photo/Monte Draper

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